Our Lady of the Grand Return: A Story of Hope for our Times

Our Lady of the Grand Return: A Story of Hope for our Times

In the year 636 A.D., a small boat without sails, oars, or sailors floated into the harbor of Boulogne-sur-Mer, a charming port city on the English Channel in northern France. When the townspeople gathered around … Continue reading

Truth and Art Defeated by Multiculturalism at Yale

Yale University has announced that it will discontinue a popular art course. It is one more nail in the coffin of a classical education that once dominated academia. The course in question is called “Introduction … Continue reading

Can Government Money Save Private Education?

A current controversy in the State of Florida calls into question some basic premises of the school choice movement. It shows once again that public money risks government control. The central issue, described by Robert … Continue reading

Obsession for Contraception and Abortion at The United Nations Population Fund

The United Nations Population Fund is mounting a worldwide campaign to promote abortion and contraception, and they want you to pay for it. Their 2019 Report asks for $264 billion. The United States pays twenty-two … Continue reading

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Asking a Bishop: How is Climate Change Deadlier Than Abortion?

Abortion presents a problem for the Catholic left since it does not fit into its social justice agenda. It certainly involves social justice in the highest degree since it is a great injustice to deprive … Continue reading

Drag Queens in Schools – Where Parents Have No Say

Promoters of “Drag Queen Story Hours” criticize those who protest at tax-payer supported libraries. They claim that if parents are upset, they should not take their children to the events. No one is forcing them … Continue reading

Sin and Vice Do Not Belong in the GDP

Economics can be a brutal science. Its focus is limited to a particular part of human activity that deals with the process of wealth creation, acquisition, production, and consumption. It measures what has, and not … Continue reading

Why Mothers Now Weep for Their Children

From an economic point of view, the state of the nation could not be better we are told. Unemployment is down to levels rarely seen before. Inflation is minimal. The stock market has reached record … Continue reading

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